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Do not question persons of high rank

Do not question persons of high rank Do not question persons of high rank
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First, good-breeding rarely permits us to question persons of high rank. When, then, the Bishop, or our venerated Superior, or any other ecclesiastic confers upon us the honor of a visit, we ought not to question him except through necessity, and always in the most respectful expressions.

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